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right to the ridiculist. that does it for us. "early start" starts right now. >>> breaking news. fire raging. right now after a freight train crashes in columbus, ohio. >>> repealing health care. the house votes in a matter of hours. but it won't make much of a difference. >>> hot pursuit. a police chase ending in dramatic fashion. that suspect's car plunging off of the freeway. and you will not believe what he said his reason for doing this was. you'll find out all about it in a moment. it's right at the top of the hour. good morning, everyone. welcome to "early start." nice to have you with us. i'm ashleigh banfield. >> i'm ali velshi. zi r zoraida sambolin is off today. >>> we begin with breaking news. hazmat crews at the scene of this spectacular fire. it's raging in ohio right now after a train that was pulling several tankers derailed just before 2:00 this morning eastern time. this was an accident that happened in the north end of columbus. flames can be seen apparently for miles. witnesses reporting in that they could see this a long way off. christine romans has been monitori
trip. his heart broken parents will join us to open up about their son and ask questions about the tragedy today, wednesday, july 11th, twomp. tragedy today, wednesday, july 11th, twomp. 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> good morning, everyone. i'm savannah guthrie. we do have breaking news. that overnight train derailment and explosion in columbus. it happened to the southeast of the hawaii state university campus. >> it shook up a lot of people. witnesses say a huge fireball lit up the sky and a chemical smell filled the air. right now investigators aren't sure exactly what caused that crash. as we said, the area around the site has been evacuated as a precaution. we're going to have the latest on this story coming up just ahead. >>> also ahead this morning police released the frantic 911 call made after a florida teenager was attacked by an alligator. he
in sports from the u.s. anti-doping agency. they were all associated with lance armstrong's former u.s. postal service cycling team. the agency says they were trafficking in performance enhancing drugs during all or part of lance armstrong's seven tour de france victories. armstrong himself is not part of that. but he is fighting charges as well that he used banned drugs. he filed a lawsuit. it was dismissed. he went ahead and refiled that lawsuit in a flash, really. all within a matter of days. a lawsuit against the anti-doping agency to try to help keep their case from going forward. stay tuned to this space. it may be dismissed again. it may go forward. >> there's been anti-doping agency news almost every day. one might start to wonder whether they are on a performance enhancing drug. >> good point. listen, the controversy is raging. this guy has gone through hundreds of tests. he's cleared hundreds of tests. he wants people to know, this could also just be really bad press. >> yeah. he's refiled it. we'll follow it closely. >>> trucks aren't meant to fly. doesn't mean they can't. a
. >> thought we were going to die. >> and a u.s. airways flight forced to land suddenly in philadelphia, as a mysterious smell made the crew sick and grounded the plane. >>> narrow escape. this teenager dodging the jaws of death, after coming face-to-face with a ten-foot alligator. the beast dragging him underwater devitwice. how he broke free. he lost his arm but not his fighting spirit. >>> and back to work. tom cruise embraced by cast and crew, as katie holmes begins her new life with suri in new york. is katie taking cues from nicole kidman, as she says good-bye to tom? >>> and the whole gang here this morning. we have breaking news. let's go to columbus, ohio. that train derailment. firefighters and hazardous materials crews. two people are injured on the ground. they're going to be okay. the big concern, tryin to figure out if the chemicals burning in those cars are dangerous. >> 11 cars were derailed. not far from the university of ohio campus. jim avila is tracking the latest. let's turn to him right now. jim? >> reporter: good morning, robin. it started as a bright flash in the
, but he won't show us his. it's kind of fascinating. >> reporter: when his father, george romney man for president in 1968, he released 12 years of tax returns saying a single return could "be a fluke" done for show. earlier this year, mitt romney was challenged to do the same thing. >> will you follow your father's example? >> maybe. >> reporter: he didn't. instead releasing just his 2010 return and an estimate of his taxes for 2011. telling diane sawyer that's plenty. >> we have released all the information required by law and then some. >> reporter: we have looked back and found every presidential nominee in both parties over the last three decades has released more tax returns. romney says he will release his 2011 return when he finishes it. but that's it. not that he doesn't have more returns handy. when he was under kid rauconsid to be john mccain's runningmate, he gave mccain 23 years of tax returns, noting at the time i af am a bit of a pack rat i had them all. the romney campaign calls all this attention to his personal finances a distraction, an effort they say by the obama
called injustice by its name. for everyone much us a particular person comes to mind. someone who set a standard of conduct and made us better by their example. for me that man is my father, george romney. [applause] it wasn't just that ma my man helped write the civil rights legislation for michigan though he did he helped create michigan's first civil rights commission and as governor he marched for civil rights on the streets of detroit though he did those things two. more than these acts it was the kind of man he was and way he dealt with whatever person, crack or white. -- black or white. he was a man of intention and a man of faith who knew every person was a child of god. [applause] i'm grateful to him, for some things. and above all, for the knowledge of god, whose ways are not always our ways but whose justice is certain and whose mercy endures forever. [applause] every good cause on this earth relies in the end on a plan bigger than ours. without dependence on god, dr. king said, our efforts turn to ashes, and our sunrises in a darkest night. unless his spirit pervades our l
care. >> i care. >> legitimate baseball fans care, but it certainly is not as big a deal as it used to be because of interleague play. we see different players from different teams in both leagues all during the year. you can get any game you want on your baseball package on cable. doesn't have the same allure that it used to, certainly. >> yeah. mika. >> yeah. >> the battle over the bush tax cuts. >> here we go again. >> here we go. >> now it's -- because we were talking yesterday on the set in new york about the limit, the $250,000 limit. that could come back. it's growing over how much of the bush-era tax cuts to extend just for the middle class, or, perhaps, for the wealthiest americans as well. both candidates invoked the 42nd president bill clinton to frame their strategies yesterday. take a listen. >> i mean, the very idea of raising taxes on small business and job creators at the very time we need more jobs, is the sort of thing only an extreme liberal could come up with. this is the sort of thing that used to be in the democratic party in the times past. bill clinton called
will join us again, the co-founder of the senate tea party caucus. first though, we want to get to christine romans with an update on the top stories. good morning. >> good morning, soledad, also developing this morning, investigators trying to find out what caused a mystery odor that made a flight crew sick and forced an emergency landing last night. the u.s. airways flight from charlotte to rome was diverted to philadelphia. attendants told the captain they were feeling sick and smelled something strange. an airline spokesperson says five crew members were taken to the hospital and released. passengers were eye vak waited and put on another flight. none of the passengers got sick. >>> a woman who abandoned her 19-year-old special needs daughter outside a bar will not be charged. police say eva cameron left her daughter lynn outside a bar in tennessee then drove home to illinois. our affiliate wvlt spoke to eva who says she has the best intention. >> i didn't get the help i needed from illinois, somebody at the church said why don't you go down to tennessee. they have a good health care sys
, thanks for being with us. >> he is an oscar nominated actor and producer of a new documentary shenandoah. >> i spent time there doing a documentary as well. ryan lizza, the washington correspondent from the new yorker and will cain from the blaze.com. i missed you terribly. >> it's been 12 hours since we've seen each other. >> i get to meet one of my favorite actors, deets from lone some dove. >> are you from texas? >> if you don't like lonesome dove, you're in trouble. >> you might have to switch spots today. >> i was going to say lethal weapon but everybody says that, right? >> our "starting point" this morning, breaking news, hazmat crews are on the scene. a spectacular fire, taking place in ohio. a train was pulling several tankers derailed just before 2:00 this morning. the accident happened in the north end of columbus, which is near ohio state university and the ohio state fairgrounds, the explosion and flames could be seen and felt for miles. everyone within a mile of that scene has been ordered to leave their homes because police believe some of those tankers are hauling sulphur
of people are here now. we can see all around us large numbers of seals. the sharks are here to hunt the seals. do i want my son running into the water? no. >> reporter: but this morning with no seals in sight, sun seekers were willing to take their chances. i'm linsey davis, off the coast of chatham, massachusetts. >> i mean, ha-ha -- we are told all the time that we -- you know, they don't like us for food. we are not in their food chain. and if it happens it is really an accident. they don't intend to hunt us down. >> and just looking for a little snickey-snack. i don't want that to be me. and they say this advice -- don't wear anything shiny. they look stuff that is shiny look a watch or jewelry. and they can smell one single drop of blood in a million drops of water. >> if they approach you, you are supposed to hit them hard on the nose. i did read that. to put it into context, face it -- you are 1,000 times more likely to drown in the sea than you are to be bitten by a shark. >> whatever. don't -- you got in the water, you have a 0% chance if you are not in the water. >> true.
died at the scene. >>> a new warning for parents out there using baby monitors. the potential hazards those monitors now pose that wouldn't even occur to those who took care of the little ones. >>> also a special lagger coming out of one brewery after last week's rain and power outages. >>> lauren. >>reporter: up to speed here at 695 and hartford road. i'll show you how things are shaping up on 683 coming up on "good morning maryland." you're taking a live look at the city. a good way to start the day. please stay with us. you're watching "good morning maryland." ñ' >>> a d.c.-area brewing company has found a silver lining in that nasty rash of storms that knocked out power two weeks ago. alexandria's port city brewing company is now introducing a limited edition beer last night called deracho. the name comes from the weather system that caused the high winds and the rain. so to you, lynette charles, i say the first round is on me. >> that was so good. i love it. that's a good one. >> you like that? >> clever. >> thank you for the rain yesterday, i got out and -- thanks for the for
>>> scares in the sky. big problems on several u.s. flights. >> it was scary. >> reporter: three separate emergency incidents with hundreds of passengers. >> hi. i'm kai jackson. and i'm mary bubala. here's what people are talking about. >> when those three flights landed, more than a dozen people needed medical treatment. some passengers feared the worst. terrell brown reports with more on the midair drama. >> reporter: tuesday turned into a turbulent day in the skies around the country, as three flights were met by emergency crews, immediately upon landing. in miami, american airlines flight 1780, landed with 12 injured people, five of them rushed to the hospital. >> it was scary. >> reporter: the miami-bound boeing 757 took off from aruba, just after 3:00 p.m. local time. about 30 minutes from landing, su severe turbulence jolted the aircraft for a full 15 seconds, launching people from their seats and each slamming one woman into the ceiling after she got up to secure her son. >> i was with her in the bathroom. and i hit myself in the knee. and i just went back to my seat. >>
of integrit edecency and humility who have called injustice by its name. for every one of us, a particular person comes to mind. someone who set a standard of conduct and made us better by their example. for me that man is my father, george romney. it wasn't just that my dad helped write the civil rights provision for the michigan constitution, though he did. it wasn't just that he helped create michigan's first civil rights commission or that as governor he marched for civil rights on the streets of detroit. though he did those things, too. more than these acts, it was the kind of man he was and the way he dealt with every person, black or white. he was a man of the fairest instincts and a man of faith who knew that every person was a child of god. i'm grateful to him for so many things and, above all, for the knowledge of god. whose ways are not always our ways but whose justice is certain and whose mercy endures forever. every good cause on this earth relies in the end on a plan bigger than ours. without dependence on god, dr. king said, our efforts turn to ashes and our sunrises in the
in the parking lot, and illegally use the police database to digip -- dig up dirt on his political opponents. >> we need to get past that. >> reporter: the county executive named pamela davis to replace tear. she's the first one to lead the department. >>> leopold faces charges. he will now announce that he was ending that probe. it is important to resolve this matter without any disruption to the functioning of the police department. our officers believe -- office believes that this resolution is in the best interest of the citizens. many believe it is likely part of the deal. and the chief will testify against leopold at trial. >> i don't know what his testimony will be. but i suspect he'll be among those who have called in during the case against the county executive. >> and instead of stonewalling and playing games. and not complying fully with our public records request. it's time for the county and the police department to come clean. >> reporter: mr. leopold thanked the chief for his service. and in a statement said, the reason chief tear was stepping down, was to spend more time with
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